Emotional Bullshit

Emotional Bullshit

The Hidden Plague That Is Threatening to Destroy your Relationships and How to Stop It

Book - 2008
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'Carl Alasko uncovers the traps that kill relationships, and offers a wide range of examples and solutions to enhance our connections with one another.'
Judy Tatelbaum, LCSW, author of The Courage to Grieve and You Don't Have to Suffer

'This amazing book provides simple and proven ways to make sure you get your core needs met and still preserve your precious relationships.'
Kelly Bryson, MFT, author of Don't Be Nice, Be Real- Balancing Passion for Self with Compassion for Others

In this groundbreaking book , psychologist Dr. Carl Alasko reveals that Emotional Bullshit is everywhere and it's growing stronger and more hazardous to our psychological well-being every day. From the highest precincts of commerce and politics to the most average, everyday conversations, we're all affected by its toxicity-especially within our most intimate relationships. And yet most of us remain largely unaware of its influence. Alasko explains that this is because Emotional Bullshit entails three interlocking dynamics inherent to our psychological structure-denial, delusion, and blame.

Drawing on extensive case studies from his private practice over the past twenty years, Alasko demonstrates that whether it's a casual 'I forgot,' or a premeditated deception, Emotional Bullshit always erodes trust and drives people apart. His book outlines a path for recognizing and breaking free from this most vicious of cycles.

Publisher: New York : Jeremy P. Tarcher/Penguin, [2008], ©2008
ISBN: 9781585426669
Branch Call Number: 158.2 Al
Description: xx, 246 pages ; 21 cm

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